8 Things To Know When Starting A Successful Phone Case Business

Want to start your own phone case business? Here are 8 tips you should know.
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We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a phone case business:

#1: JP Brousseau, founder of Phone Loops:

We chatted with with JP, founder of Phone Loops ($125K/month). In our interview, JP says:

Always be on the lookout for new ideas because they are sometimes right in front of you. In my opinion, it’s the best way to find opportunities. Only then you can try to catch them!

Additionally:

Just start. Get the ball rolling with a ROI-oriented 15-minute task. Repeat.

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#2: JP Brousseau, founder of Phone Loops:

We chatted with with JP, founder of Phone Loops ($125K/month). In our interview, JP says:

Make sure you got the basics right before anything else. Stay close to your foundations: Remember why you got into the business and the values that brought you there in the first place.

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#3: Andrew Moore, founder of Felony Case:

We chatted with with Andrew, founder of Felony Case ($50K/month). In our interview, Andrew says:

Don’t forget about the small areas, the mundane tasks, the ‘boring’ stuff. Sure, everyone wants to focus their efforts and energy on projects you’ll see an immediate positive outcome.

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#4: Andrew Moore, founder of Felony Case:

We chatted with with Andrew, founder of Felony Case ($50K/month). In our interview, Andrew says:

Don’t be afraid to start! Don’t overthink it, get a product out into the world and start your journey.

Additionally:

I received an email from Apple’s head of retail requesting samples saying “there’s an opportunity for Felony Case in Apple retail stores”… Holy shit.

Further:

One big takeaway I can tell other entrepreneurs looking to start a company is to just start. The longer you sit around and mull over ‘what could happen’, the longer you aren’t out there getting feedback and selling your product.

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#5: JP Brousseau, founder of Phone Loops:

We chatted with with JP, founder of Phone Loops ($125K/month). In our interview, JP says:

Being your own boss is great, but it may lead to chaos. Open-endedness can lead to freedom of choice, but in limitless fashion, it can truly be dangerous.

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